## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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The problem is that equation ( 7 ) requires the evaluation of the derivatives of the

for the derivative parallel to the surface is readily at hand because the ...

The problem is that equation ( 7 ) requires the evaluation of the derivatives of the

**potential**function both tangent and normal to surface . The information requiredfor the derivative parallel to the surface is readily at hand because the ...

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( 28 ) For

by all four meshes were found to yield reasonably accurate results over a

frequency range from aproximately 0 . 2 to 1 . 25 rad / sec . However , despite the

...

( 28 ) For

**potential**flow problems the pressure p ( x , y , z , t ) in the fluid is givenby all four meshes were found to yield reasonably accurate results over a

frequency range from aproximately 0 . 2 to 1 . 25 rad / sec . However , despite the

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25 * 10 % average Occasional failure | 10 - 3 Repeated failure event caused by a

occurs given the occurrence of the failure event due to a highly likely

25 * 10 % average Occasional failure | 10 - 3 Repeated failure event caused by a

**potential**design weakness . | Highly likely It is highly likely that consequenceoccurs given the occurrence of the failure event due to a highly likely

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